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Steve Bannon, chief strategist to President Donald Trump, reportedly said that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's briefings are happening off-camera more frequently because "Sean got fatter."

The report initially appeared in an article in The Atlantic, and it was brought to Chelsea Clinton's attention when it was tweeted out by author Brian Klaas.

Responding to Klaas' tweet, Clinton called out Bannon for “fat shaming” Spicer.

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Some defended Bannon, saying it was just a joke. Clinton, however, didn't find it a bit funny.

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